Start your 2018 travel adventure with festival and the Games in Korea!

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The Korea Tourism Organization has arranged for a cultural tourism festival in concurrence with the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games. The annual Korea Grand Sale will be a bonus for the spectators visiting Korea for watching the grand sports event.

Mr. Park Sam-koo, the Chairman of the Visit Kore Committee, said that the festival planned to capitalize on the travellers visiting there during and before the Games. The timing of the two events also overlap. The festival will take place from January 18 to February 28, 2018, while the Games will happen between February 9 and 25.

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The Korea Grand Sale is a nationwide shopping and cultural festival that welcomes everyone to have a full-fledged shopping experience in Korea. It will also promote the cultural tourism products this time in the forms of nigh life, K-food, K-culture, and winter sports.

The experiences and activities will include bars, clubs, restaurants, cafes, Korean spa & sauna, Korean karaoke, and more. The organisers will encourage the participating businesses to promote the country’s culture to the tourists.

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The visitors will get plenty of deals and discounts on hotel booking, dining in restaurants, and various activities. You will also get big discounts on ski resorts located just outside the venues of the Games. The price concession will include accommodation and different activities.

You can download the discount coupons from Korea Grand Sale and print them out for later use.

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